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Volume 14 - Issue 2 - October 2008

... 1: CONCERTS: Toronto

... 1: CONCERTS: Toronto and GTASystem. David Michael Hickey, planetgongs, quartz crystal bowls, vibraphone;guest: Eden Martin, artist. Glen AbbeyUnited Church, 1469 Nottinghill Gate,Oakville. 905-844-5055. .-7:30: Knox United Church Agincourt.An Evening of Music with The Toronto MendelssohnChoir. A concert to celebrate the160th Anniversary of Knox United Church.Rachmaninoff: Vespers; Haydn: The Creation;Halley: Freedom Trilogy; works by Handel andDurufle. Ross Inglis, conductor. 2569 MidlandAve. 416-293-4424 xO. .-7:30: Mississauga Children's Choir.Music Mystery & Magic. Eden United Church.3051 Battleford, Mississauga. 905-624-9704. ; O(sr, child).-7:30: St. Michael's Choir School. St.Matthew Passion. Alfeyev: St. Matthew Passion(North American premiers). WandaThorne, soprano; Robert Pomakov, bass; JerzyCichocki, conductor. St. Paul's Basilica,83 Power St. 416-393-5518. Free.-7:30: Tallis Choir. A Time of Remembrance.Howells: Requiem; Take Him, Earth,for Cherishing; Vaughan Williams: Mass in g.Peter Mahon, director. St. Patrick's Church,141 Mccaul St. 416-286-9798. , (sr), (st).-7:30: The Celebrity Symphony Orchestra.Works by Kalman, R. Strauss, Lehar andothers. Grazyna Brodzinska, soprano; KingaLizon, mezzo; Aleksander Teliga, bass;Krakow Jacek Wojcicki, singer/actor; AndrewRozbicki, conductor. Living Arts Centre, 4141Living Arts Drive, Mississauga. 905-306-6000. -.-8:00: Encore Entertainment. Leader ofthe Pack: The Ellie Greenwich Musical. SeeOct. 23.-8:00: Harbourfront Centre/DanceWorks/CoWorks. SooRyu Festival. See Oct. 23.LLIS CHOIRDirected By Peter Mahon-pruent.t-Howefli: RequiemTake Htin, Earth For Chm".JhillgVaughan WiffiamJ: MaJJ in G MillorMuJic of CO!Uolatwn and commemoratwn from the maJterJof the 20th century E11gli.Jh choral revival.SATURDAY, OCTOBER 25, 7:30 PMSt. Patrick's Church, 141 McCaul St.(north of Dundas)Tickets: , seniors, students with IDInfo: 416.286.9798ORDER ONLINE AT www.tallischoir.comTallis Choir CDs available onlineand on iTunes Music StoreTHEMUSICIANSIN ORDINARYFOR THE LU'l'ES AND \'OIC'ESOCT. 25-2008 8:00Pl\lGUARD MY COvVS

... 1: CONCERTS:Toronto and GTAcontinued fromPAGE 34Sunday October 26, CONTINUED-3:00: Music Gallery. X Avant New MusicFestival- Aim Toronto Orchestra. 17-piece impro·vised·music "Arkestra"; Kyle Brenders, saxophones.St. George the Martyr Church, 197John St. 416-204· 1080. Free.-3:00: Pax Christi Chorale. Fanfare of CanadianHymns. Hymns by Canadian composers andpoets, including Healey Willan. Pax ChristiChamber Choir, organ and brass ensemble;Stephanie Martin, conductor; guest host:Howard Dyck. Grace Crurch on·the·Hill, 300STEPHANIE MARTIN I Art1 st1 c DirectorLonsdale Rd. 416491-8542. ; (sr); (stl(under 12).-3:00: Southern Oll!ario Chapter of the HymnSociety. Great Hymns of Faith: A Tenth Anniversary Festival Favourite hymns, plus the win·ning hymn in the SOCHS anniversary hymn·writing competition. Humbercrest UC Choir; TheSalvation Army Toronto Brass; Melvin J. Hurst,musical director. Humbercrest United Church,16 Baby Point Rd. 416-342-6034. Free-will offering.-3:00: Toroll!o Chamber Choir. Kaffeemusik:From Oarkness to light. Works by Lasso, Palestrina,Gesualdo, Byrd, Watson Henderson,and others. Mark Vuorinen, conductor. ChristChurch Deer Park, 1570 Yonge St. 416-763·1695. -.-4:00: St James' Cathedral. Twilight RecitalSeries. John Tull, piano. 65 Church St. 416·364-7865 x224. Free.-7:30: Music at Glenview. Brass Attack. IT romboni. Glenview Presbyterian Church, 1Glenview Ave. 416-488-1156. Freewill offering.Reception follows.-9:00: Music Gallery. X Avant New MusicFestival- last Kontakte: A Karlheinz StockhausenMemorial Stockhausen: In Freudschaft,Klavierstuck IX, Kontakte. Stephen Drury, AiyunHuang and Wallace Halladay, performers. St.George the Martyr Church, 197 John St. 416-204-1080. ; ; .Monday October 27-12:00 noon: Canadian Opera Company. RichardBradshaw Amphitheatre: Una cosa rara.Operatic excerpts by Soler. Artists of the U of TOpera Division; Sandra Horst, music director.Four Seasons Centre for the Performing Arts,1450ueenSt. W. 416-363-8231. Free.TORONTO CHAMBER CHOIR· (l( 81(}' t n Cfl (,., OilMARK VUORINEN, Music DirectorNew£ight011 the EaroqueFrom Darkness into Light Sunday, October 26 at 3 pmMagnificat! by Zelenka Saturday, December 6 at 8 pmCelebrating Handel Saturday, March 28 at 8 pmNach di,; Herr. .. by Bach Sunday, May 24 at 3 pmChrist Church Deer Park, 1570 Yonge St.Evening concerts with guest soprano Agnes ZsigovicsAfternoon Kaffeemusiks with lecture and rrqfreshmentsCall 416-763-1695 www.torontochamberchoir.caMUSIC AT GLENVIEW2008-2009 Series ~LENVTEWSunday Evenings at 7:30pm PRESBYTERIAN c HuRe1-1October 26: Brass Attack with "I Tromboni"December 7: Christmas Carol Sing withHeather Chappell, Celtic Harp and Vince Peets, GuitarFebruary 15: Organ Sparks with Michael Capon, OrganMarch 15: Choral Concert with Glen view Concert ChoirApril 26: Hymnsing/Concert (at Eglinton St. George'sChurch) with the Glenview and Eglinton St. George'sChoirs and the Salvation Army North Toronto BandFreewill offeringReception followsGlenview Presbyterian Church• ~ - 0--,./z;,, )1-1\ (0NSlllDUAUSD[rONIUIO "'"""""'1~ (Glenview and Yonge, 3 blocks South of Lawrence Subway) 416-488-1156toront_da rtsbouncil STONEC,\TE J:k ONIAAIOAUHOUN( ll ~.~~So111licrn 0111ario Chapin(SC)CI-ISlO CTOBER 1 - N OVEMBER 7 2008Tenth Anniversarv Hvmn Festi,·al[ff;~ ~w o/ cffaidr;1

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